Millions of Americans don’t believe Biden was elected fairly. Here’s how that’s affecting voting laws.

A concerning number of Americans are subscribing to disinformation and conspiracy theories which threaten the future of American democracy, according to experts. The internet has helped fueled the rise and spread of disinformation, which is false and misleading information designed to deceive. State Republican lawmakers across the country have leaned on disinformation and conspiracy theories concerning the 2020 election results to justify introducing and passing legislation which tightens access to the ballot box to the point of threatening certain Americans’ voting rights.

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Voter Education Week

Young adults will be the nation’s largest voting bloc in the upcoming election and the National Voter Education Week plans to equip them with the tools and information they need to cast a ballot this fall.

More Than A Vote

A voting initiative started by several Black athletes and artists combatting systemic and racist voter suppression. This initiative aims at educating, energizing, and protecting the Black community’s right to vote.